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Work-at-Home Jobs FAQ: Vocational Rehabilitation Programs

  1. Do I need a VR counselor to work for NTI?
  2. Does my state VR agency have a working relationship with NTI?
  3. What if my state is not listed as a participating state?
  4. What if I am not a consumer of my VR state agency?

1. Do I need a VR counselor to work for NTI?

In order to be eligible for NTI's positions, you must have either a VR counselor or a Ticket to Work. You do not need both, only one or the other.

To qualify for our positions, candidates must be able to provide verification of their chronic medical condition and/or disability from either a VR counselor (preferred and sometimes required) or a physician. Individuals receiving SSI or SSDI benefits from the Social Security Administration DO NOT need to provide evidence of disability.

First download the set of documentation forms. Then choose and complete the form that applies to your situation. You do not have to provide any disability documentation until you are hired for a position.

 

2. Does my state VR agency have a working relationship with NTI?

NTI has working arrangements with the VR agencies in these states.

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin

NTI does not currently have any agreements with VR agencies in these states:

Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maryland, Mississippi, South Carolina, Utah and Wyoming

We are willing to explore establishing an arrangement with these states if we receive evidence of demand for NTI's services from VR consumers living in them.

 

3. What if my state is not listed as a participating state?

Email NTI's VR Relationship Department and we can give you detailed instructions on how request your state VR agency include NTI in their list of approved vendors NTI.

 

4. What if I am not a consumer of my VR state agency?

If you have a disability and strongly prefer or require home-based work, you probably qualify for VR services in your state. You can find information on how to locate a VR counselor on the Working with VR page in this portion of the NTI website.

Please Note: You can still be eligible for NTI's services without a VR counselor as long as you have a Ticket to Work.

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